|JSC637_Spaceship_Skylab_Wings_of_Discovery.wmv - NASA/JSC|
SPACESHIP SKYLAB: WINGS OF DISCOVERY JSC 637 - (1974) - 9 Minutes Describes the Skylab discoveries and accomplishments that are changing the way we look at the world. Telescopes show an enormous mass of energy erupting from the Sun's surface, each second radiating more energy than has been used by man since the beginning of civilization. Cameras and sensors of the Earth Resources Experiments Package made pictures of the Earth that may make a major contribution to solving some of the world's most...
Keywords: NASA; skylab; sun; solar system
|JSC747_Legacy_of_Skylab.wmv - NASA/JSC|
LEGACY OF SKYLAB JSC 747 - (1979) - 9 Minutes Utilizes onboard photography from Skylab to provide a visual indication of what life onboard the space station is like. Emphasis is on the zero-g environment.
Keywords: zero gravity; NASA; Skylab; space; NASA
|MAN IN SPACE - NASA/JSC|
The film shows pictorial highlights of the Mercury, Gemini, Apollo, and Skylab Programs. It is a creatively choreographed production using a music sound track with no narration.
Keywords: Mercury; Gemini; Apollo; Skylab; NASA; JSC
|CMP_249_Our_Laboratories_in_Space_Episode7.wmv - JSC|
CMP 249 - (1988) - 28 1/2 Minutes - This program examines some of the scientific and medical experiments that were performed during the Skylab Program and the Apollo-Soyuz Test Project, as well as those that were anticipated for Space Shuttle missions.
Keywords: NASA; space; experiments; Skylab; Apollo-Soyuz; shuttle
|SKYLAB - SPACE STATION I - NASA/JSC|
Astronauts: (first) Charles Conrad, Jr., Paul J. Weitz, and Joseph P. Kerwin; (second) Alan L. Bean, Owen K. Garriott, and Jack R. Lousma; and (third) Gerald P. Carr, William R. Pogue, and Edward G. Gibson Launch date of unmanned space station: May 14, 1973 Launch dates of manned missions: May 25, 1973; July 28, 1973; and November 16, 1973 Reviews the repair operation of the first mission, proving mans presence is vital to successful space exploration...
Keywords: Skylab; Space Station; space exploration; solar flares; NASA; JSC
|JSC627_Skylab_The_2nd_Manned_Mission_A_Scientific_Harvest.wmv - NASA/JSC|
SKYLAB: THE SECOND MANNED MISSION, A SCIENTIFIC HARVEST JSC 627 - (1974) - 36 1/2 Minutes Astronauts: Alan L. Bean, Owen K. Garriott, and Jack R. Lousma Launch date: July 28, 1973 Covers the Skylab launch activities and docking with unmanned SL-1 workshop. Includes observations of student experiments (the Minchmog minnows and Arabella, the spider), crew medical experiments, exercise routines, and the enabling of the Earth Resources Experiments Package...
Keywords: NASA; Skylab; launch; docking; SL-1; experiments; EVA
|FOUR ROOMS - EARTH VIEW - NASA/JSC|
Skylab was the first U.S. manned space station. This is the story of the three missions and the nine astronauts who occupied the manned laboratory for a total of 171 days. Crisscrossing 70 percent of the Earths land area, Skylabs sensors gathered informat
Keywords: Skylab; manned laboratory; NASA; JSC; manned space station